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Vocabulary Unit 4

QuestionAnswer
atrophy (n.) decrease in size or wasting away of a bodily part or tissue
bastion (n.) a projecting part of a fortification; a fortified position
consummate (v.) to make complete: finish, achieve
disarray (n.) disorder confusion. (v.) to live in disorder
frenetic (adj.) frantic
glean (v.) to collect little by little or with patient effort
grouse (v.) to complain, grumble
incarcerate (v.) to imprison, jail; to shut up, confine.
incumbent (n.) the holder of an office or position. (adj.) lying or resting on something
strategem (n.) a trick to deceive or outwit the enemy; a deceptive scheme; skill in deception
Created by: NotecardNerd